Saturday’s Top Morning Headlines An alleged rape survivor is telling her story in hopes of helping others. Briana Chavez says she went to me…
A ridge of high pressure will slide over New Mexico this weekend.
A brave woman, who said she was brutally attacked nearly a year ago, wanted to share her story.
The FBI says a Fresno deputy police chief had another job as a drug dealer and the drugs he was selling were headed to an Albuquerque home.
Ray Birmingham and his Lobos took the first of a three game series against Fresno State Friday night.
In New Mexico the high school State Golf Championships usually run during the same week of graduation.
A picture posted on social media is stirring up a lot of controversy.
Roswell Police are the latest to work toward strengthening the relationship between officers and citizens.
Dozens of kids and teens in New Mexico are now US citizens.
Durango Police are asking for your help catching a man who stole several computers from Walmart.
State labor officials say New Mexico notched its 30th consecutive month of over-the-year employment growth in February.
States are free to legalize marijuana, Colorado argued Friday in a filing to the U.S. Supreme Court in response to a lawsuit from neighborin…
Police are investigating a burglary at a Christian business in Artesia, NM.
New Mexico health officials are warning that the flu season is not over.
All 12 inmates from the Lincoln Pines Youth Center near Ruidoso have been relocated.
A new Little League park is set to have its grand opening on Saturday morning.
Less than two years after a local teen died at a foam party another one is planned for Friday night on city property.
Italy’s highest court overturned the murder conviction against Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend Friday, bringing to a definitive end the hig…
Young Peyton clearly understands what it means to “dance like no one’s watching.”
A new documentary will soon address the issues in New Mexico when it comes to child abuse and neglect. Currently, the state ranks 6th in the…